Poet of the Month: December 2005

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bags123
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Post by bags123 » Fri Dec 02, 2005 4:24 pm

Thanks Jaysie. :thumbsup:
I prefer to keep an open mind,....but not so much that my brains fall out.- Carl Sagan
Your brain is like an umbrella. It only works when it's open- Someone Smart


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chthon
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Post by chthon » Fri Dec 02, 2005 5:04 pm

Congratulations, bags!

Well you old bugger, you did it at last!
And well deserved I must say! Long overdue in my opinion.

If you should ever happen upon the great County of York in these here parts, then I'd be more than happy to buy you a pint "o' the oirish" for you. :hello:

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Maid of Iron
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Post by Maid of Iron » Sat Dec 03, 2005 1:05 am

~~~~~~~~Congratulations Bags!~~~~~~~~


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<i>"And she told him how it was Forgall had gone to Emain, and had advised him to go and learn warriors’ feats, the way they two might not meet again. Then each of them promised to be true to the other till they would meet again, unless death should come between them, and they said farewell to one another, and Cuchulain turned towards Alban."</i> ~The Courting of Emer

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bags123
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Post by bags123 » Sat Dec 03, 2005 4:57 am

Thanks Cthon and Maid,..... I might actually take you up on that offer late next spring. :thumbsup:
I prefer to keep an open mind,....but not so much that my brains fall out.- Carl Sagan
Your brain is like an umbrella. It only works when it's open- Someone Smart


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March 2011

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VivaldiFall
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Post by VivaldiFall » Sat Dec 03, 2005 6:43 am

Congratulations Bags. I know you come to the DC/Baltimore area for travels. We need to go get some beers, get drunk and get into random fights. We can take pictures and show everyone. Wouldn't that be fun?


Quit being a girl and say yes.


--Jay

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bags123
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Post by bags123 » Sat Dec 03, 2005 7:51 am

Baltimore is as far south as I go these days. Spending alot more time in New Jersey, New England,... and Canada. Next time I plan on going to Baltimore, I'll definitly give you a holler. It would be fun to hoist a few with you. :thumbsup:
I prefer to keep an open mind,....but not so much that my brains fall out.- Carl Sagan
Your brain is like an umbrella. It only works when it's open- Someone Smart


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March 2011

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VivaldiFall
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Post by VivaldiFall » Sat Dec 03, 2005 7:56 am

I end up going to NJ a lot lately. But be careful in Canada. I've been there once or twice and I'm telling you.... just watch your wallet.

:mrgreen:

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